More than 100 cannabis plants have been seized after Kent Police carried out a drugs warrant in Canterbury.
Officers carried out the warrant at a property in Halstead Close on the morning of Monday 18 January 2021.
Sergeant Shelah Thompson, of Canterbury’s Community Policing Team, said: ‘Kent Police is determined to make the county a no-go area for drug dealing networks and I am pleased this warrant has seen a large amount of cannabis taken out of circulation.
‘Criminal groups would have profited from the sale of these drugs, potentially causing further crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.
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‘I urge anyone who suspects drugs are being cultivated, produced or dealt in their area to report it to us by calling 101, visiting www.kent.police.uk/report, or calling 999 if a crime is in progress.’